Northern New England ASNE Announces 83-84 Program

The 1983—84 season of activities has begun for the Northern New England Section of the American Society of Naval Engineers (ASNE), Portsmouth, N.H. A new slate of officers has been elected and a tentative program has been developed. The Northern New England Section has been awarded an ASNE Section Award for the 1982-83 season.

The officers for 1983-84 are: Chairman—Capt. John A. Culver, USNR; Vice Chairman— Comdr. John Cavender, USN; Secretary—Terry K. Hardy; Treasurer—Gerald Gouveia; Publicity Chairman—Scott N.

Gessis; Program Chairman—Capt.

Charles J. Chwalek, USN (ret ); Membership Chairman—Richard Carlin; Councilor—Philip V.

Johnson; Councilor—Comdr.

Norman Berge, USN (ret).; Councilor—Capt. Gerald Sedor, USN (ret).

Advance program for 1983-84: September—Subject, "CAD/CAM Developments at Portsmouth Naval Shipyard"; location, Officer's Club, Portsmouth Naval Shipyard.

October—Subject, "U-Boat Operations during WWII"; location, Officer's Club, NAS, Brunswick, Maine. November—Subject, "Sea Trial Description based upon Bath Iron Works' Deliveries"; location, Officer's Club, Portsmouth Naval Shipyard. December—No meeting scheduled. January—Subject, "Maritime Accidents"; location, Officer's Club, Portsmouth Naval Shipyard. February—Subject, "The USS Albacore Project" (Description of the proposed park landmark/ museum and the process of retrieving the ship from the water and setting it at its site); location, Yoken's Restaurant, Portsmouth, N.H. March—Subject, "Arctic Submarine Operations"; location, Officer's Club, Portsmouth Naval Shipyard. April—Subject, Field trip to BIW Ship Repair Facility, Portland; location, Portland, Maine.

May—Subject, Field trip to Seabrook Nuclear Plant; location, Seabrook, N.H. June—Navy Night at the Pops—special night at Symphony Hall, Boston, Mass.

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